All cottages available for only £20 Deposit!*

For a limited time only, all our cottages can be reserved for only £20 Deposit. Don't miss out!

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All cottages available for only £20 Deposit!*

For a limited time only, all our cottages can be reserved for only £20 Deposit. Don't miss out!

*Applicable to holidays commencing at least 6 weeks in the future. Full balance due 6 weeks prior to departure. Please refer to £20 deposit offer terms & conditions for further information.

Applicable to holidays commencing at least 6 weeks in the future. Please refer to free cancellation terms & conditions for further information.

Just show me Stratford-upon-Avon Cottages

This famous literary town is one of Britain's top tourist destinations and our Stratford-upon-Avon cottages make the perfect home-from-home.

Think Stratford, think Shakespeare - the extraordinary poet and playwright whose works have shaped our educational curriculum and inspired so many people across the world. Trace his steps at Shakespeare's Birthplace, Hall's Croft, Nash's House and New Place, Anne Hathaway's Cottage and Mary Arden's Farm - all providing an intriguing insight into his life.

Experience his works through the amazing performances of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Or plan your Stratford-upon-Avon cottage holiday around Shakespeare's Birthday, when the town showcases a three-day extravaganza of events associated with literature, music and theatre.

Architecturally, Stratford is very attractive and a delight to explore on foot, especially as the streets are brimming with wonderful shops, not to mention a fabulous collection of eateries - traditional tearooms, gastro pubs, gourmet restaurants, family-friendly bistros - they're all here.

On sunny days, enjoy riverside picnics in Bancroft Gardens or a cruise along the Avon into the Warwickshire countryside. Another option is to hop aboard the open-air bus, which takes in all the sights guided commentary included.

Other reasons to book a Stratford-upon-Avon cottage

Watch hoofs pound turf at the races. Go exotic at the Butterfly Farm. Step back to Tudor times at the Falstaff Experience, starring Shakespeare's beloved character. Wander around the graveyard of Holy Trinity Church, final resting place of the great writer himself. Pick up tasty local produce and homemade treats at the twice-monthly farmers' market. Or plan a stay during the Fringe Festival or GlobalGathering dance festival.

Isn't it time you booked a Stratford-upon-Avon cottage?